It is the first or second weekend of the month and time again for a new word to live by. This is a word or phrase not currently in use in the U.S. English lexicon, but might need to be considered. Other words, such as obsurd, crumpify, subsus, flib, congressed, and others, can be found by clicking on the tags below. Today’s New Word is a compounding of two words in two possible way: Indigestion and Contemplation. Without further chattering, Indiplation or Contemgestion is the new word / phrase for this month:
Indigestion, n. Difficulty in or inability to digest food. Also known as dyspepsia.
Contemplation, n. deep or full reflection or consideration.
How about Indiplation or Contemgestion?
Indiplation, n. In the midst of pain from indigestion, trying to remember where you put the medicine. Example: Heart burn, again? Where did I leave those chalky round pills? You know, the ones with the sigh-something in them? Oh, where did I leave them? Damn it, damn it, damn it.
Contemgestion, n. Thinking or contemplating your way through difficulty in digesting either an idea or food. Example: This fire of impurity raging in my alimentary canal can only be quenched with the round lozenge of hope. You know. The one that I must chew in a symbolic, transubstantiated breaking of the body of deep regret, as I regret now that re-fried turkey enchilada for dinner this evening. It is a feeling most foul in my intestinal world. A placebo effect administered by the mind.